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2/20 Nineteenth-century Industry; Review** Geoffroy Tory’s Book of Hours (1531) - Using moveable type with wood cuts - Inspiration from renaissance - Easy to manufacture, cheaper to purchase - Directed observation from human body For example angel’s arm - No longer having priest between you and God Geoffroy Tory, Champs Fleury (1529) - Trying to relate letter form to human form - Idea of human body is measure of all things - Our own bodies are the determining factors of measuring the world around us. - Smaller less expensive, people can carry it around - 3 volumes, He wanted to standardize the language Trying to push against holy roman emperor Form a nation state, created a sense of shared culture with unified language. Comparing using the human body to the type face Breaking down every letter Albrecht Durer, Underweysung der Messung (Instructions for Measuiring), 1525 - Works for the holy roman emperor - Traveling to Italy, and influenced my renaissance Both are interested in the idea of being persice and measuring as a method of creating letter. Tory, using body, and Durer using shapes. Pierre-simon Fournier, Creating punches, works for King loui King has his own fonts, Lithography and Chromolithography Alois Senefelder - Invents the lithographic process in 1796, innovation happening in early 18 th century. Only has potential for sheet - Planographic-smooth surface-flat print Plate is completely smooth, and you are adding to the surface Lithographic stones are more expensive initially, than wood cuts but they are less expensive in long term. Jules Cheret 25:00 - Responding to the French rococo - Folies-Bergere Not interested in typefaces Just the place and the name Is the subject looking at you?
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  • Fall '19
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